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Zur Immunologie des Renins

  • H. G. Schwick
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Zusammenfassung

In zunehmendem Maße werden heute für die Bearbeitung biochemischer und klinisch-wissenschaftlicher Probleme immunologische Techniken herangezogen. Sie eignen sich wegen ihrer hohen Empfindlichkeit vor allem zum Spurennachweis antigener Substanzen in Körperflüssigkeiten und — in Verbindung mit histologischen Methoden — in Zellen und Organen. Die ausgeprägte Spezifität immunologischer Reaktionen macht sie weiterhin geeignet für die Differenzierung naher verwandter Naturstoffe und als Hilfsmittel zur Strukturaufklärung von Protein- und Kohlenhydrat-Antigenen.

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